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Craig Porter 16th Dec 2008 - 12:09

£10 free bets for new accounts

Get a £10 free bet when you open a sports betting account with William Hill.

How do I get my £10 free bet?

As a new customer to William Hill, all you have to do is open an account and enter SN12 in the Promotional Code field on the registration page. Then simply stake £10 of your own and, once that bet has been settled, a free bet token will be credited to your account entitling you to a £10 bet to place on any selection you like on the sportsbook.

At the new William Hill sportsbook we bring you betting odds on all kinds of sports from all around the world. You can bet on the action as it happens with our betlive service offering prices during televised matches and events. Through betliveTV you can watch live football from the UEFA Cup, Italian Serie A, Portuguese Liga and more plus live ATP & WTA Tour tennis including the Australian Open. So where better to come for your thrilling gambling action?

What was that Promotional Code again? SN12

It's easy enough to remember - simply enter SN12 in the Promotional Code field as part of the registration process and you'll be one step closer to receiving your free bet.

Open an account now to receive your £10 free bet

The £10 free bet must be place all at once on the same selection.
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Tell me more about SN12

First and foremost, SN12 is the promotional code you have to enter to get a £10 free bet when you open an account as a new customer with William Hill.

SN12 is also a model of telescopic sight from US Optics. It was designed to out perform every fixed power, Close Quarter/Tactical scope, in every way which is why it is a completely new concept for the most demanding military and police applications.

The quaint town of Melskham in Wiltshire has the postcode SN12. It developed at a ford in the River Avon near Melksham Forest and was a Royal Estate at the time of the Norman Conquest. This is how they decorate their houses round those parts at Christmas.

 
 
 

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